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Quanta and Mind
The received view in physicalist philosophy of mind assumes that causation can only take place at the physical domain and that the physical domain is causally closed. It is often thought that this leaves no room for mental states qua mental to have a causal influence upon the physical domain, leading to epiphenomenalism and the problem of mental causation. However, in recent philosophy of causation there has been growing interest in a line of thought that can be called causaldoi:10.1007/978-3-030-21908-6_14 fatcat:dkzt7biwtvdbvntza5ftaoumkq